|William J. Mann.|
|Pages/Publication Date:||718 / 2019|
The most influential movie actor of his era, Marlon Brando changed the way other actors perceived their craft, with films like A Streetcar Named Desire and The Godfather remaining among the all-time classics. Brando was one of the first stars to use his fame as a platform to address social, political, and moral issues, particularly at the forefront of the civil rights movement. In this psychologically astute biography, William Mann explores the star and the man in full, including the childhood traumas that reverberated through his professional and personal life.